October 2006

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Inquiring Minds issued Oct. 30, 2006

Each week the staff at the Roseville Library answers more than 2,500 questions on every subject under the sun. Here are some of the most interesting ones they’ve gotten lately.

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Letter to the editor issued Oct. 30, 2006

Vote 'yes' for transit
To the editor:

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One step forward with St. Paul Hiking Club

Lawson Street resident Carolyn Diebel kept seeing the notices in her neighborhood paper. And they intrigued her.

So she finally called the St. Paul Hiking Club a little over a year ago, and she's been hooked on the group's hikes ever since.

She's not the only one.

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Oct

One step forward with St. Paul Hiking Club

Lawson Street resident Carolyn Diebel kept seeing the notices in her neighborhood paper. And they intrigued her.

So she finally called the St. Paul Hiking Club a little over a year ago, and she's been hooked on the group's hikes ever since.

She's not the only one.

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30
Oct

Upcoming on the Food Network: drive-in Italian from the Dari-ette

Angela Fida grew up making homemade red sauce and meatballs in her parents' Dari-Ette Drive-In on Minnehaha Avenue, a 44-year institution they passed onto her eight years ago.

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After 10 years at ESNDC, Mike Anderson steps down

When Mike Anderson took the helm of the East Side Neighborhood Development Company in 1997, the private nonprofit focused largely on commercial and residential development had a staff of half a dozen and a budget of $880,000.

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Maplewood issues initial response to lawsuit

Allegations included in state and federal lawsuits filed against Maplewood after former Human Resources Director Sherrie Le was dismissed from her job Aug. 11 have been mostly denied in written responses from Julie Fleming-Wolfe, the city's lawyer in the case.

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Is there a prophet today?

Each year while reading through the Bible, the books of the Old Testament prophets have a deep impact on my thinking and my emotions. God's judgment is pronounced on nation after nation because of their sins.

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County asks voters for land protection funding

With its verdant fields, gravel roads and patches of woodlands, many stretches of Washington County appear to have changed little in the past half century.

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BCA launches Web site to help track sex offenders

Local Web surfers stopping by the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension's new site won't find any sex offenders who've slipped through the system whose last known address was in North St. Paul, Oakdale or Lake Elmo.

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